Federal government will review ice seals
Environmental group sounds alarm over shrinking Arctic sea ice off Alaska coast, which is habitat for three species of the mammal
Associated Press Writer
The National Marine Fisheries Service will conduct a full status review of three Arctic seals, focusing more attention on the plight of species that depend on sea ice for survival.
The agency said Sept. 4 it found merit in an environmental groupís petition to list ringed, bearded and spotted seals a....
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